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Barbour chat today

By Jonathan Okanes
Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 at 10:17 am in Basketball, Football, General Cal athletics.

Don’t forget: The live chat with athletic director Sandy Barbour is today from 2-3 p.m. Here’s the link to participate.

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  • MoreNCsarecoming

    Please ask her if putting Tedford on a list of coaches on the hot seat is fair. Also please ask her why the seat licenses are down and a failed plan? Is it the economy or is it the state of the football program?

    thank you for your cooperation. I would be happy to return the favor.

  • Bobby

    lol

  • 707 Bear

    No questions about ESP sales at Memorial?

    So many seats available, so little time before the fall of 2012.

    Who pays for the renovation of Memorial if those ESP seats don’t sell?

  • milo

    I have to say I popped in and Sandy was very articulate in the chat format. I don’t know if someone else was typing or what but her comments were concise, informed and very clear…it’s like she was force fed Elements of Style by Shrunk and White.

  • GOGO Bears

    Barbour is a class act. You can agree with her policies or not, but she’s honest and she’s straight on. $C’s AD had to be fired for incompetence over that school’s cheating, and the word is that OSU’s AD will be joining their coach on the unemployment line for his total failure to clean up his school.

    Barbour keeps a tight watch over what goes on in these Cal teams, and I’m glad we haver her to represent us. She handles the ego-filled coaches, the demanding fans, the trolls, and everyone else with class. Good for her.

    GOGO BEARS!

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    Yeah she is a class act alright. With her seat licensing plan, she is putting the athletic department on the verge of collapse. She tied the success of the athletic program to the success of the football program. My prediction: She will be gone for greener pastures. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Oh, but what do you fans care about the finances. It doesn’t much matter with a government funded school. Plus you have championship rugby and the Blue Hose coming soon. LOL.

  • GOGO Bears

    It’s interesting what one considers “returning the favor”.

    I predict that the SC AD who was there for Bush will be fired. Oops — already happened.

    I predict SC will be sanctioned. Ooops — already happened.

    I’ll take the class of a Barbour over the cheating of SC and OSU’s directors any day. Thanks for visiting our blog — I guess it’s fun to post on the blog of a team that isn’t sanctioned.

    GO GO BEARS!

  • BlueNGold

    Sandy Barbour has more class in her pinky finger than you have had over your entire life, moron. And Cal fans do care about the finances. Unlike you, they don’t have daddy to foot the bill and completely subsidize their (non) existence.

    If you think the athletic department is on the verge of collapse, regardless of who or what caused it, you clearly do not know what you are talking about. Of course, that has not stopped you from running off at the mouth and putting your foot well inside it. The only real mystery here is whether your latest outburst is just another example of your serious difficulties dealing with truth and honesty, or if you are just as completely clueless as you make yourself out to be.

  • milo

    Hell Sandy Barbour has a bigger part than both Mike Garrett, Sneaky Pete and Lanie Kiffin, combined. $C attracts piss ants and cheats.

  • MoreNCsarecoming

    http://www.sacbee.com/2011/06/04/3676340/hometown-report-grant-has-a-shaq.html

    Bye bye Shaq. His brother learned a great lesson. If you play for a mediocre program you get mediocre results. His bro won’t make the same mistake.

  • GOGO Bears

    Sandy Barbour is a great woman with a lot of friends. Why, I bet on New Year’s Eve she has so many invitations to parties and so many friends to choose from.

    Go Go Bears!

  • BlueNGold

    While I would certainly agree that moron has a lot of personal background in and experience with mediocrity, his basic premise is completely unsupported by either fact or inference. But then, people who attempt to play the role of defender of the cheaters and ethically challenged among us should not be expected to rise above that level of moral turpitude in their own lives and achievements.